Salman Khan’s social comedy, ‘Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali,’ is due to release in cinemas this December. The Farhad Samji directorial is aiming to release on 30th December, three days after Khan’s birthday. So in order to keep to this deadline, shooting for the movie has reportedly relocated closer to Khan’s farmhouse in Panvel.
Khan, whose home is located a few hours from the city, has been spending most of his time in his farmhouse, especially during lockdown, reports Pinkvilla.
Reports say the sets of the production, which were being built at Film City in Mumbai, were dismantled and shifted close to Khan’s farmhouse. This development came after Salman Khan Films (SKF) took over the film’s production from producer Sajid Nadiadwala. Apparently the pair disagreed over several aspects of the film, leading to SKF taking over completely. But despite these differences, sources say that there is “no bad blood” between the pair.
The cast of the film consists of Khan, Pooja Hegde and Venkatesh. Several other stars are expected to join the team soon as well.
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